The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) on Thursday revealed a new kit for Team India designed by its apparel sponsor, Nike.
In January 2015, they had unveiled a new jersey for the ODI format, with a material made out of recycled plastic bottles. The very next year, they came up with another jersey for the shortest format, just before the start of the World T20.
Outgoing skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni said of the new jersey: "The game has been evolving over the years and the need to have kits that are designed to suit the modern game has always been the priority for the team management and Nike. Features like the 4D quickness and Zero distractions will definitely help the team on the field."
The new ODI jersey will available at select Nike retail stores from Thursday.
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